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Here comes Chelsea! What will visitors see on our stand?

We're looking forward to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show next week, where we'll be showcasing our new Wonder Weed Puller, a Chelsea Product of the Year finalist – as well as some astonishingly large RHS-endorsed garden tools! 
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Here comes Chelsea! What will visitors see on our stand?
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Here comes Chelsea! What will visitors see on our stand?

We're looking forward to the RHS Chelsea Flower Show next week, where we'll be showcasing our new Wonder Weed Puller, a Chelsea Product of the Year finalist – as well as some astonishingly large RHS-endorsed garden tools!

For our twenty-second year at the world-famous event, we're going large, with our RHS-endorsed tool range. Taking pride of place will be giant replicas of the classic RHS-endorsed mid-handled trowel and fork. We'll have the only garden tools at Chelsea to carry the prized RHS endorsement.

Also in the spotlight will be our new Wonder Weed Puller - see the photo at the top of the page.  This innovative new tool for weeding in lawns is already a winner of a major garden industry award and is now a finalist for Chelsea Product of the Year - so you might be seeing a lot more of it in the papers! Designed for use while standing to eliminate backache, the Wonder Weed Puller couldn’t be simpler to use. Simply insert the prongs over the crown of the weed, rotate, and pull to extract the weed, roots and all. An addictively satisfying ejector button on the handle then consigns weeds to the waste.

We'll also be showcasing a range of ideas for plastic-free gardening, picking up on the hot topic of reducing our dependence on plastic. Visitors to our stand will be able to see the Paper Pot Maker, a simple way to make an everlasting supply of paper pots, from nothing more than old newspapers. It’s the ultimate in recycling! There will also be a selection of wooden and metal plant labels, as well as metal plant support rings, for gardeners who want to adopt a more sustainable approach.

Making their Chelsea debut will be our inspirational collection of indoor pots. With houseplants making headlines, these beautiful pots bring style, fashion and flair to indoor gardening. From striking hanging pots in cool neutrals to complement ‘Scandi’ style, to stylish glazed pots with beautiful textured designs, there’s something for every plant, and every home.

Our Chelsea selection will be completed by the gorgeous Garden Supplies collection of gifts, storage and sundries for gardeners. Styled with beautiful smooth curves, contemporary graphics and on-trend touches of natural materials like FSC® beech and leather, this collection really raises the bar in the style stakes.

If you're lucky enough to be coming to RHS Chelsea Flower Show next week, do come and see us on Stand CW/310 - we're right on Main Avenue, next to the very beautiful LG Eco-City Garden, towards the Hospital end. We'd love to meet you!

 

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